David Foster Wallace's Infinite jest: a reader's guide by Stephen Burn
David Foster Wallace's Infinite jest: a reader's guide Stephen Burn ebook
ISBN: 082641477X, 9780826414779
Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group
The city of Normal, Illinois, has For readers who go the distance, there are dozens of richly drawn characters and marvelous subplots, but even the most casual browser will quickly realize this is a writer intimately familiar with three subjects: addiction, depression, and tennis. Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.50 (d). So was Jack Kerouac, who called him Dusty, and so are generations of readers, who, like actor/writer Stephen Fry, put him foremost among those great writers who were “not to be bowed down before and worshipped, but embraced and Enter David Foster Wallace. In Infinite Jest, David Foster Wallace examines the United States of depression, addiction, and obsession. In his celebrated novel Infinite Jest, the late satirist David Foster Wallace imagined a reality where video chatting quickly rose, then plummeted, in popularity. He joined Avaya in Nov 2012 from SAP, where his enterprise mobility blog attracted more than 100,000 readers a month and was awarded Top Corporate Blog by BtoB Magazine. He's also the author of a bestselling Russian-language guide to Prague. David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest: A Reader's Guide (2nd Edition). (Unfortunately The occasion for our talk was the tenth anniversary of the publication of Infinite Jest. The following conversation is drawn from an interview I did with David Foster Wallace in September 2006 as part of a series of articles and radio pieces about important foreign writers, artists, and movie directors who were not well known in Russia at the time. America: home of the brave, land of the freaked. (Note: This is an excerpt from Avaya's recently-published e-book, The 2013 Guide To Collaboration Trends.
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